Know what you know and what
you don’t know.
People learn, generate information, and teach others.
Managing the knowledge and data that you accumulate as you
go about your processes is very difficult. So many ways, so
many tools, so many traps. Outlines are good. A database.
An object store. A mind map. Can your information be
automatically archived, summarized, semantically analyzed,
intelligently shared? Does it need to be? Maybe not. We
need to know what you do, how you do what you do, and where
you want to reach.
You will find systems and procedures for knowledge
management. You will share information in a fraction of the
cost and time most organizations are accustomed to.
Everyone working toward the same goal will know how to
learn and how to teach.